Apple didn’t wait until iOS 17 launched before updating its AirPods line with the latest firmware. Version 6.0 has been released, which contains updates for almost every AirPods model.
The largest set of functions concerns AirPods Pro 2, assembly number 6A301. The list includes Adaptive Audio and Conversation Awareness when used with iPhone running iOS 17.
AirPods Pro, AirPods 2, AirPods 3 and AirPods Max received firmware number 6A300. This version includes a button press to mute or unmute calls, as well as improvements to automatic switching.
The new firmware is installed automatically for users; there is no manual forced update mechanism. The firmware will install itself while the AirPods or AirPods Pro are in the charging case and connected to the iOS device.
When used with iOS 17 and macOS Sonoma, the AirPods 6A300/6A301 firmware update takes the AirPods Pro (2nd generation) experience to the next level with Adaptive Audio, Conversation Awareness, and Personalized Volume. This update also adds convenience and control over calls with tap to mute and unmute for AirPods (3rd generation), AirPods Pro (1st and 2nd generation), and AirPods Max, as well as significant improvements to the auto-switch feature between Apple devices with the latest software updates.
Yesterday AirPods Pro 2 were presented with a case equipped with USB-C. They can be charged from the iPhone 15.
CMF Buds Pro headphones with 11-hour battery life for $42 and Power 65W GaN charger for $36. CMF by Nothing devices introduced
In addition to the CMF Watch Pro smartwatch, the CMF by Nothing brand presented two other products: Buds Pro headphones and a Power 65W GaN charger. Like watches, these products stand out due to their design and low price.
Speaking of headphones, the CMF Buds Pro are available for $42. At the same time, they offer 11 hours of battery life without noise cancellation (6.5 hours with noise cancellation), six microphones, Bluetooth 5.3 with Fast Pair support and moisture protection (IP54).
The CMF Power 65W GaN charger, as the name implies, is characterized by a power of 65 W and contains gallium nitride. There are two USB-C ports and one USB-A. When connecting devices to two USB-C, you can get 20 W and 45 W; when connecting to USB-A and one USB-C, the charger will deliver either 18 W and 45 W, or 7.5 W and 7.5 W, depending on which USB-C port is used. If you connect consumers to all three, you get 45 W, 7.5 W and 7.5 W.
Supported standards include PD3.0, QC4.0+/3.0/2.0, SCP, FCP, PPS, AFC, Samsung 9V2A, DCP and Apple 2.4A. In addition, the charger is compatible with Apple MFI cables. The charger costs 36 dollars.
Samsung has declassified $100 fan-made Galaxy Buds FE headphones. Graphite and Mystic White colors, active noise cancellation and 60 hours of battery life
Samsung has updated its website in Argentina, and it has accidentally revealed images and details of the yet-to-be-officially unveiled Galaxy Buds FE headphones.
There will be two colors: gray-black (called Graphite) and white (Mystic White). Each earphone will have three microphones: two external ones, on which the active noise reduction system relies, and one internal one – for calls. Users will be able to change the sound using a custom equalizer, and there will also be three options for transmitting outdoor sound so that you can hear what is happening around you without removing your headphones.
Galaxy Buds FE will feature DNN technology, which will cut out background noise during voice calls. SmartThings Find lets you find your headphones, and Auto Switch lets you quickly switch between different Galaxy devices (like a tablet and smartphone).
Each earphone will have a built-in battery with a capacity of 60 mAh, the battery capacity of the case is 479 mAh. The maximum autonomy of the headphones is 60 hours. It was previously reported that the price of the device would be $100. The premiere of the new product is expected in early October along with the Galaxy S23 FE smartphone.
Samsung has highlighted a whole line of fan devices: not only the Galaxy S23 FE is shown, but also headphones with a tablet
Samsung Electronics is preparing to significantly expand its Fan Edition line in the very near future. This is evidenced by information published on the official Argentine Samsung website.
Samsung Argentina has published a page describing the new Galaxy Buds FE headphones, which have not yet been officially presented to the public. According to this page, the headphones will be offered in black and white colors, will have an active noise reduction system, three microphones, and battery life will be 30 hours with recharging from the case and noise cancellation disabled.
On the same page there are images that show not only the Galaxy Buds FE, but also the Galaxy S23 FE smartphone with the Galaxy Tab S9 FE tablet.
The names can already be considered official, since Galaxy S23 FE and Galaxy Tab S9 FE are mentioned in the description of the headphones. For example, there is a footnote:
*Galaxy S23 FE and Galaxy Tab S9 FE sold separately. The S Pen is included with the Galaxy Tab S9 FE.
The official presentation of the new Galaxy FE line is expected to take place on October 4, 2023.
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